Steve Spurrier, Jr. to be Named Offensive Coordinator/Associate Head Coach Apr 18th, 2013 by Bob McGivern Steve Spurrier, Jr., the son of legendary head coach Steve Spurrier, is likely to become the new offensive coordinator and associate head coach of the UMass football team, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. Spurrier will take over for Mike Kruczek, who left UMass in January to coach high school football in Florida. Spurrier brings 19 years of coaching experience to Amherst. For the past eight seasons, Spurrier has coached under his father at the University of South Carolina, coaching wide receivers while adding recruiting coordinator and co-offensive coordinator to his title for the 2012 season. Prior to his stint at South Carolina, Spurrier coach with Arizona, the Washington Redskins, Oklahoma and Florida. During his time as an assistant, Spurrier has coached All-Americans and Pro Bowlers such as Sidney Rice, Alshon Jeffrey, Laverneus Coles, Rod Gardner and Mark Clayton.